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Magadan deputies ask to reconsider fishing conditions for indigenous peoples

Magadan deputies ask to reconsider fishing conditions for indigenous peoples
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Deputies of the Magadan Regional Duma appealed to the Russian government with a request to revise the rules for free fishing for the indigenous peoples of the North. The order of the Federal Agency for Fishery excluded residents of some territories and representatives of the indigenous peoples of the North from the number of applicants for free fishing.

According to the press service of the regional parliament, the Evens, Itelmens, Chuvans, Koryaks, Yukagirs will receive quotas for free fishing. The list of their places of residence was approved by the order of the Russian government. Magadan and the settlements of Uptar and Sokol, which are part of the municipality, are not included in this list.

According to the deputies, more than two thousand Kolyma residents from among the indigenous peoples of the North are losing the right to quotas.

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